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Michigan and New York received the most benefits per worker, a Wall Street Journal analysis of Labor Department data showed

The Trump administration has for the first time confiscated cargo in vessels allegedly loaded with Iran fuel in violation of sanctions, US officials said, as it steps up its campaign of maximum pressure against Tehran, reports Wall Street Journal.

Wall Street bankers’ jobs are changing as coronavirus transforms business @BW 

Spacs: DD digs into Wall Street’s hottest trend

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THE WALL STREET JOURNAL “Trump Wins in Portland” “Something big has changed in Portland, Ore. After weeks of chaos and flames outside the city’s federal courthouse, the past few days have seen the violence subside dramatically. What happened?” William McGurn@WSJ 

“Newly released documents show Schiff knew all along there was no proof of Russia-Trump collusion.” Wall Street Journal

“I don’t see any indication that there were any white supremest groups mixing in. This is an ANTIFA Organization. It seems that the first time we saw it in a major way was wall street'>Occupy Wall Street. It’s the same mindset.” @kilmeade  @foxandfriends  TRUE!

We bailed out Wall Street in 2008 ...nothing trickled down We gave the rich a $2 trillion tax cut in 2017 ...nothing trickled down We handed corporations a $500 billion check during an unprecedented health & economic crisis ...nothing trickled down We’ve seen this all before.

The Wall Street Journal always “forgets” to mention that the ratings for the White House Press Briefings are “through the roof” (Monday Night Football, Bachelor Finale, according to @nytimes ) & is only way for me to escape the Fake News & get my views across. WSJ is Fake News!

If the Wall Street Journal “Editorial” writers had called, as they should have, they would have easily found that I was “NOT happy with the Georgia Governor on Tuesday night.” You said the opposite, and got it wrong as you often do!

Cancel all student debt and tax Wall Street to pay for it.

I must have watched wolf of Wall Street over 50 times now

When we say it's time to provide health care to all our people, we're told we can't afford it. But if the stock market is in trouble, no problem! The government can just hand out $1.5 trillion to calm bankers on Wall Street.

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